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Added to site: 21st February 2018

Vangelis
Blade Runner

This is truly the greatest soundtrack ever created, the now legendary Vangelis-produced ‘Blade Runner’ OST has made a long awaited comeback to the world of vinyl and it is worth the wait. Interspersed with dialogue from the film itself which gives it an even more atmospheric quality, Greek compose...view item »

This Kind Of Punishment
This Kind Of Punishment

Following the demise of their previous band Nocturnal Projections, New Zealand brothers Peter and Graeme Jeffries began to deconstruct their post punk sound into something more pastoral and intimate. This became the handful of recordings they made as This Kind of Punishment. This is superb, intimate and thoughtf...view item »

The Apples In Stereo
Velocity Of Sound

'Velocity of Sound' has always been my favourite Apples In Stereo record despite it coming a bit later in their career, a little way after their Elephant 6 golden period. It's a short, sharp shock of an album featuring insanely catchy three minute pop songs which will appeal to anyone who carried a torch for the power pop likes of ...view item »

Micah P. Hinson And The Opera Circuit
Micah P. Hinson And The Opera Circuit - 10th Anniversary Edition

The biggest surprise of 2017 so far as that Micah P Hinson wasn't down to play at the Trump Inauguration  - his political views lying somewhere to the right of the Most Important Man in the World (tm). Instead he's been getting together a 10th anniversary re-issue of this his second album which was recorded while he was addicted to ...view item »

Tommy Guerrero
A Little Bit Of Somethin'

What a beautiful little release. The album art pretty much sums up the sound on the LP, so as you can imagine, the tracks are mellow and guitar-y. A Little Bit Of Somethin' by Tommy Guerrero has been reissued on vinyl LP on Be With Records and would be a nice addition to the chilled out part of your record collection. ...view item »

Tommy Guerrero
Soul Food Taqueria

Genre-hopping musician and skateboarding legend Tommy Guerrero’s 2003 release Soul Food Taqueria returns as a 2LP reissue from Be With Records. The music dabbles in groovy, guitar-led soul-funk, often with a touch of melancholy. It’s warmly produced and as effectively as relaxed as was Tommy’s skating....view item »

T.J. Hustler Metaphysical Synthesized Orchestra
Age of Individualism

Another rescued from obscurity, T.J. Hustler's set of long form drum machine and keys electronic funk tracks, lifted by synthesiser stabs and pads, each created a surreal world. Hustler could have easily influenced Wesley Willis, his loose, growling musings swapping places with abstract instrume...view item »

E.J. Garrison
Two Sisters From Bagdad

Now here’s a special little curio: the cast album for a bold but failed musical theatre production by LaVice Hendrick, which ran for just two weeks back in the day. Two Sisters From Bagdad is a remarkably funky chunk of Detroit soul and gospel, with a huge amount of character. Original copies are practically non-e...view item »

The Ting Tings
We Started Nothing

Wow, I see we are getting reissues of The Ting Tings debut album now… Crazy days. So it has been a decade since We Started Nothing first hit our airwaves, with all i...view item »

Tony Allen & Afrobeat 2000
N.E.P.A

“Without Tony Allen, there would be no Afrobeat”. So proclaimed the King of Afrobeat himself, Fela Kuti. Allen is often lauded as the best drummer in the world and N.E.P.A by Tony Allen & Afrobeat 2000 is a fine example of why - rhythmical Afrobeat joyously rings...view item »

Tony Allen
Black Voices

Tony Allen was the drummer with legendary Nigerian Afrobeat artist Fela Kuti. Over four tracks on Black Voices, Allen plays some beguiling rhythms and serious grooves. The album was produced by Doctor L. It includes the track Asiko which was sampled by J Dilla for Commo...view item »

K. Alexi Shelby
All For Lee-Sah

Much needed reissue of this 1989 eternal acid/house/techno classic from Chicago legend K. Alexi (Risque III, Club M.C.M). Now back in print on Derrick May’s legendary, Detroit foundation imprint Transmat. It’s a shame they’ve not used Alan Oldham’s original artwork, but hey, you can’t win ‘em all. K. Alexi has...view item »

Basa Basa
Homowo

Favourites of Fela Kuti - he produced their first LP and played on their second - Ghanaian twins Basa Basa see their third album reissued by Amsterdam’s Vintage Voudou. Originally dropped in 1979, the record saw the pair team up with South African multi-instrumentalist Themba &lsqu...view item »

Ziskakan
Pei Bato Fou

This is a reissue of a rare and obscure Spiritual Maloya album, originally only available as a private pressing from Reunion Island in the year 1983. Ziskakan is a group performing Francophone compositions from a variety of authors, and Pei Bato Fou...view item »

MJ Lallo
Star Child

Whilst soundtracking films for Nasa and Levi’s MJ Lallo also produced fantastical interstellar-boogie using her voice, drum machines and synths. Canadian label Séance Centre have committed themselves to releasing as much of MJ Lallo’s back catalogue as they can. Firstly with the Star Child...view item »

The Clientele
Suburban Light

Merge reissue The Clientele’s debut LP on 180g LP complete with a bonus discs worth of covers, b-sides and demos. I’m new to the album but it’s a Clinton favourite and on first spin I really enjoyed it. Sits somewhere between The Velvet Underground stuck in ‘Candy Says’...view item »

Talking Heads
Remain In light

Every so often, an album comes out that sounds like nothing else. “Remain In Light” is one such album – from a completely different planet. The African rhythms and electronic bleeps of “Born Under Punches” together with David Byrne’s urgently exclaimed lyrics, “Take a look at these hands!”, for exa...view item »

Pink Floyd
Meddle

Released in 1971, Meddle by Pink Floyd marked a transition in the group’s sound between the the Syd Barrett era and the band that went on to make Dark Side Of The Moon. Meddle contains the experimental epic Echoes, which takes up the whole of side two and features creati...view item »

Love
Forever Changes

Forever Changes by Love was one of a number of classic and highly original albums that were released in 1967. Led by Arthur Lee, the band were hampered by drugs and failing relationships, but the difficult atmosphere seems to have been the right one in which to make a classic. App...view item »

D.A.F.
Gold Und Liebe

In 1981, Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft released their fourth album, the Conny Plank-produced Gold und Liebe. Of course, the D.A.F. boys are in a sexy synthy mood, pushing their electropunk power onto the listener with excellent lusty power. Gold und Liebe is here reissued ...view item »

Fu Manchu
California Crossing

Stoner rock dudes Fu Manchu get a reissue of their 2002 album California Crossing on At The Dojo Records, these guys were doing this sort of stuff way before the likes of Kyuss and Sleep were chonging their way through a mountain of recreation herbal hand rolled cigarettes, the original 2002 version of this currently f...view item »

Fela Kuti
Box Set #4 Compiled by Erykah Badu

Fela Kuti released so many albums during his spectacular lifetime that it can be hard to know precisely where to go as a listener. But worry not, Knitting Factory and Erykah Badu have got you covered! Box Set #4 contains seven discs of carefully compiled classics (chosen by Badu...view item »

Burial
Untrue

Ah 'Untrue'. To me the pinnacle in the Burial catalogue and that is despite my ongoing issues with the amount of vocal snippets that litter some of the songs (I'm dealing with it...since 2007). Musically however it is utterly gorgeous with those murky garage beats underpinning glorious late night atmosphere's that he...view item »

Fela Kuti
Confusion

This classic Afrobeat LP houses merely a single eponymous piece, not much under half an hour long, that commences with an enigmatic kaleidoscopic face-off between Kuti on organ and Tony Allen on percussion. As the tune becomes increasingly fevered and groovesome,  our man FeKu chan...view item »

Pavement
Slanted & Enchanted

This was the Pavement I liked. A sloppy sprawling lo-fi charm fest taking heavy influence from the Velvet Underground and the Fall but stumbling blinking in the sun with classic melodies glinting through the fuzzy production and madcap drumming. On top of that add Malkmus wordplay and you get an...view item »

Red House Painters
Old Ramon

The Red House Painters recorded their sixth and final album, Old Ramon, in the late nineties, although it took several years for it to be released due to label wranglings. Its consequent ‘legendary lost album’ status turned out to be fairly warranted, as this is one of Mark Kozelek's stronge...view item »

Fela Kuti
Alagbon Close

A great package here that features a rather rare album. Alagbon Close is a lesser-known 70s session from Fela -- but a great one too, and a record that captures the Africa 70 group at all their early raw best! The album's 2 tracks are both very long -- stretching for a side of the record apiece -- and the title track "Alagbon Close" features som...view item »

Four Tet (Fourtet)
Rounds

Hi Folks, Clinton here. First up in our mega review fest this week we have the new album by Fourtet. Well its not up to the standard of 'Pause'. Its pretty good, mind. The boy Hebden sure knows his way around a tune and puts in enough interesting/odd sounds to avoid the aural wallpaper of some of his c...view item »

Jawbreaker
Etc.

It’s 2018 now, and with Jawbreaker back on the wagon after two decades in the sun, what better time to reacquaint yourself with the group? That said, if you’re not ready to dive back into the melee of Unfun or Bivouac just yet, maybe try this collection of B-sides and rarities to get the juices flow...view item »

Black Sabbath
Vol 4

Everyone’s favourite Birmingham-based proto-heavy metal gang are entering into a reissue campaign, restoring a host of their records to in-print and on-vinyl status. Vol 4 is a favourite among Black Sabbath fans, sitting at a point where the band have really worked out how to do what they.  ...view item »

Laughing Hyenas
Merry Go Round

Laughing Hyenas were a great band that deserved more exposure. Larissa Strickland is the master of what I call the "slow burn" rock guitar solo. By this I mean the polar opposite of Van Halen/Satriani flash, something that doesn't grab your attention until it's just about over, but then you realise your subconscious mind has been listening to it...view item »

Laughing Hyenas
You Can’t Pray A Lie

John Brannon has a vocal style that is just plain face melting. His lyrics are none less than great. Larissa Stricklands drug fuelled guitar in combination with one of my all-time favourite rhythm sections, to me, makes this one of the greatest bands of its kind, and its generation. I have a friend who saw them live and said the energy that came...view item »

Gucci Mane & Zaytoven
EA Sportscenter

10th anniversary vinyl remaster of Gucci Mane, Zaytoven, and DJ Holiday's EA Sportscenter. A great example of the things Gucci was doing that have been so influential for the likes of Future and Migos, raps current kingpins. Pressed...view item »

The Clash
London Calling

London Calling was the third album by The Clash and was originally released in 1979. It is widely regarded as the band’s greatest moment and one of the best albums to ever be committed to tape. It comprises a range of styles from punk to reggae and ska to rockabilly and dealt with many issues of the day such as un...view item »

Various
J-Jazz – Deep Modern Jazz from Japan 1969-1984

BBE have done it again! This time the fruits of their labours -- digging in the crates with (long-term jazz record collectors) Tony Higgins and Mike Peden -- has seen the unearthing of these gems from the post-war period in modern Japanese jazz history. The tracks take in spiritual jazz, post-modal impressionism and fusion for the dancefloors. H...view item »

Martin Newell
The Greatest Living Englishman

Seen pretty much everywhere as Martin Newell's best album (including his the Cleaners from Venus slabs of genius) but I'm inclined to disagree. It's not to say that this isn't a marvellous batch of English psych pop and probably one of the more consistent of Newell's many albums but for me ...view item »

Mark Renner
Few Traces

Not a lot of people have heard Mark Renner’s material from between the years 1982 and 1990, but now RVNG Intl invite you to join those limited numbers. Few Traces sur...view item »

Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom
J. Jasmine: My New Music

Originally composed for the 1978 Ann Arbor Film Festival, this first coming together of Jacqueline Humbert and David Rosenboom under the J. Jasmine banner is a playful art-cabaret romp. Seeking to dismantle gender, push boundaries and generally get up the backs of the conservative mainstream, Hu...view item »

Bombay Bicycle Club
I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose

I have been waiting for time with great expectations and anticipation to hear Bombay Bicycle Club's album since late 2006 as their Debut ep (boy I used to be) still is fabulous (couldn't stop listening to it for months on end, years now infact) and also had the pleasure of catching them early on in Camden Towns Dublin Castle slightly after, which...view item »

Eno
Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)

Taking Tiger Mountain (by Strategy) is the second solo album by Brian Eno and was the first to employ his oblique strategies cards. Like a lot of Eno's early solo work some of the music is surprisingly upbeat an accessible at times but also delves deep into the sort of dense art rock that his work with Roxy...view item »

Disco Inferno
D. I. Go Pop

In 1994 I was so obsessed by this album that I was moved enough to write the words 'Disco Inferno' on the windscreen of my flatmates car. What she did to deserve this was to not come to see them at a gig at Leeds University - the night that changed everything in my life. I didn't know that music could be that powerful, that insane, that unique. ...view item »

Groundislava
Groundislava

Groundislava, from the same corner of town as DEEJ and Schlomo, surfed in on the wave of mainstream acceptance of nerddom in general and chiptune in particular. His self-titled debut ducked the radar on its release, but became a cult classic over time and is now finally up fo...view item »

The Pharcyde
Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde

The Pharcyde were arguably the West Coast’s answer to De La Soul, offering a cool alternative to the gangsta rap of the ‘90s. Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde was their debut album, originally released towards the end of 1992, it is now, as well as being Kanye West’s favourite piec...view item »

Alice Coltrane / Joe Henderson
The Elements

Joe Henderson’s career covered a lot of territory, including stints as sideman to Horace Silver, Lee Morgan, Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock. This 1973 album represented a new departure, being a foray into the tamboura and tabla-augmented cosmic jazz territ...view item »

Pierre Henry / Michel Colombier
Messe Pour Le Temps Présent

This first stretch of this 1967 release makes up the score of a ballet by Maurice Bejart. It represents Henry at his most friendly, applying his electroacoustic skills in a very swinging sixties context. Most famously, the record contains the track Psyché Rock, later used as the basis of the theme to animated comedy serie...view item »
Added to site: 19th February 2018

Felt
The Splendour Of Fear

The Splendour Of Fear is Felt's most glacial and otherworldly album. It's six tracks stretch and twist way beyond normal indie song length and as a result structure wise it kind of predates the wandering post rock of the likes of Mogwai. But Felt were full of classical flourishes aided most obviously by...view item »

Felt
The Seventeenth Century

Would it be daft to say that Let the Snakes Crinkle Their Heads to Death is my favourite Felt album? It probably isn't but it is such a unique and unusual thing that it rises to the top when I think of their best work despite it's meagre contents and throwaway nature. Now retitled The Seventeenth Century, this ...view item »

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